Normally, the weekends are reserved for personal style posts but I wanted to switch things up a bit by sharing bits of my weekend with you. I didn't do anything overly exciting, partially because work has been super draining but I still thought it would be nice to focus on something besides style.

Friday night was spent mainly relaxing indoors. I headed to Publix and purchased a few items that included coconut oil.




I specifically purchased this so that I could implement it into my hare care regimen. While protective styles are great for protecting your hair, it is still vital to make sure that you are still taking care of your tresses. Before I briefly dive into that topic, I wanted to share a brand of wine that I decided to purchase as well.

To be 100% honest, I am not a heavy drinker. I will literally go months without pouring myself a glass of wine. I'm more of a water and cranberry apple juice kind of woman (PSA: I'm equally addicted to both). Any who, I've seen this particular brand of wine in the grocery store for quite some time and I always told myself that I wanted to try it. First of all, who can resist good presentation? I love the creativity of the logo and I felt that the "sweet & sassy" slogan fit this drink perfectly after tasting it. How ironic that I would pick wine that describes my persona to a T lol? I'm not a fan of overly sweet wines and I've always searched for the perfect balance so I'm sold on this brand of wine. What's even better is how inexpensive it is! I don't mind paying $7.99 for this!

As I sipped my wine, I decided to flip through the latest issue of Harper's BazaarYes, this is one way that I unwind after a long day.

After flipping through the pages of the magazine, I decided to give my hair some much needed TLC. A relaxing night isn't complete without a long, hot shower coupled with a little pampering.

Seriously, this Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo by Shea Moisture is EVERYTHING! It smells wonderful and it is so moisturizing. I followed up with a deep conditioning treatment that involving melting a bit of coconut oil and shea butter together. I never really time how long I allow my deep conditioning treatment sink into my scalp. Since this is my second time being natural (zero chemicals in my hair), I can gauge what my hair needs easily. I don't use a lot of products in my hair because it creates too much product buildup. Give me a great leave-in conditioner, a sulfate free shampoo, shea butter, coconut oil and castor oil. My goal is to unleash 'Curly Su' this summer and then I'll be sharing more of my hair care regimen with you!

I'm also thinking about publishing more posts that are similar to today's post. Of course this blog will continue to be partially style oriented but I also want it to reflect me as a whole. There are days when I focus on nothing but style and there are days when I'm more interested in what is taking place in my life overall. Think of it as friends having a conversation that lasts for hours. I hope that you continue to support the blog this year and I will see you soon!